Month: February 2020

DuBois superintendent responds to Jeff Tech special education action

Following action at the Jeff Tech Operating Committee meeting last night concerning special education services, Reynlow News reached out to DuBois Area School District Superintendent Wendy Benton via email for a comment. This was her response: “As previously stated to the Director of Jeff Tech, Dr. Barry Fillman, we do not plan to make any…

Maybe no police regionalization without Sykesville

In January, the Reynoldsville Borough Council discussed the possibility of regionalizing its police department with Sykesville. That, however, may not be possible. At the February council meeting, Council President Bill Cebulskie stated that the Sykesville Borough Council was looking into the possibility of abolishing its police force. Sykesville plans a meeting on March 16 at…

Reynoldsville Borough Council takes action on police department

After an executive session that lasted almost 50 minutes during its regular February 12 meeting, the Reynoldsville Borough Council returned and bypassed a lengthy discussion on the police contract. Instead, it took action on the department through the budget process. Council reopened the budget in January. Once it was opened, it began to make changes…

Winslow Township Supervisors review subdivision for property near Lakelawn Cemetery

The Winslow Township Supervisors got a look at a proposed subdivision in the area of the Lakelawn Cemetery at their February 10 regular meeting. The owner, Keith Klingler of Titusville, submitted paperwork concerning the sewage for the lots in the subdivision, which were approved by the supervisors. Klingler proposes dividing the property above the cemetery…